Working "9 to 5" seems to be a thing of the past. That's especially the case for working mothers who feel pressure to come in early, stay late and skip lunch all in the name of not seeming less productive.
working away from home
My daughter is 16 months old. My husband's been off work a few months and soon will be starting again. At times he may be away from home for two weeks at a time.
She is VERY attached to him. If she notices he is gone she has a melt down. Today he left for work before she woke up and it was just a rotten day. She pounded on the bedroom door, screamed...
Do you have any suggestions that might make her transition easier on everyone?